A new multi-year analysis found that Cincinnati is "second only to Atlanta" as a cost-friendly business location. The audit, tax and advisory services firm KPMG recently released its Competitive Alternatives guide, which compares international business locations in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific, according to the Gongwer Ohio Report. Last year, Cincinnati ranked first. Officials from REDI Cincinnati describe the ranking as proof of "sustained momentum" for the city, driven by it having "the lowest overall facility costs among the 31 large cities" and the lowest property tax costs. Cleveland ranked seventh on the list. For more, access the full study.